Police have released a sketch of two men accused of impersonating officers in the Columbia area.
One of the men is described as a white male who is in his 30s and six feet tall. Victims said he was wearing a ball cap with brownish hair sticking out of the back.
The other suspect is a black man with short hair, also in his 30s and six feet tall.
Since February 2, the Columbia Police Department and Maury County Sheriff's Department have received reports about the two men acting as police officers and pulling over cars.
In two of the incidents, the victims reported being robbed.
The men were driving a yellow Camaro with a blue light.
Anyone with information on the case should call Columbia Police Department Investigations Division or Detective Ray McCluggage with Maury County Sheriff's Department at 931-375-8689.
- Feb. 10, 2014: Camaro owner says police stop him searching for impersonator with same car
- Feb. 9, 2014: Police impersonator strikes for 3rd time in Maury County
- Feb. 5, 2014: Police impersonator strikes again in Maury County
- Feb. 4, 2014: Police impersonator pulls over, robs driver in Maury County